Slightly Foxed Readers’ Day 2018

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Over the years Slightly Foxed has come to seem more like a club of people who love books than just a magazine. This is always very noticeable at Readers’ Day, a high point in the SF calendar to which some of you come year after year, to meet the staff and some of our contributors, and enjoy the delectable cakes.

This year’s Readers’ Day will be on Friday, 9 November at our usual London haunt, the Artworkers’ Guild in Queen’s Square, a short walk from Russell Square tube station.

It’s shaping up to be a great day, and early tickets are on sale now to subscribers. We love the Artworkers’ Guild for its atmosphere and its associations, but space there is limited and tickets always go quickly, so do book now if you are interested.

This year’s speakers:

Alongside writing, the two central activities in her life, says Penelope Lively, have been reading and gardening – a theme explored in her recent memoir Life in the Garden. Here she talks about these twin passions to the award-winning garden journalist and author Ursula Buchan.

Edmund Gordon, whose brilliant biography The Invention of Angela Carter won both the Biographers’ Club Slightly Foxed Best First Biography Prize and the Somerset Maugham Award, discusses the life and work of this most controversial and unconventional of writers.

Miranda Seymour – author of In Byron’s Wake: The Turbulent Lives of Lord Byron’s Wife and Daughter: Annabella Milbanke & Ada Lovelace – explores the effect of their relationship with Byron on these two very different women. 

Tom Hodgkinson – editor of The Idler magazine and author of How to Be Idle – tells us how to beat our work obsessed culture and return dignity to the art of loafing.

Angie Lewin and Christopher Brown, both members of St Jude’s, a collective of British printmakers based in Norwich, talk about the studio and their work in illustration and design. Angie is a cover artist for Slightly Foxed and both are members of the Art Workers’ Guild.

Please note that the running order is subject to change.

Slightly Foxed Readers’ Day 2018
Friday 9 November, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
The Artworkers’ Guild
6 Queen Square
London WC1N 3AT

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